10/11/2020 | We will start the year with a wide variety of competition style problems. [Show less] |

10/18/2020 | We will introduce Gaussian integers in order to decide which integers can be written as a sum of two squares. [Show less] |

10/25/2020 | We will wrap up the discussion of Gaussian integers and prove which integers are the sum of two squares. [Show less] |

11/1/2020 | We will study the limitations of polynomials as prime generating functions. [Show less] |

11/8/2020 | We will study recursive formulas for generating primes. [Show less] |

11/15/2020 | We introduce some classic algorithms and the notion of runtime. [Show less] |

11/22/2020 | Following the introduction to algorithms, we are able to discuss the nuances of the P vs. NP problem. [Show less] |

12/6/2020 | We prove the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra with a focus on graphing. [Show less] |

12/13/2020 | The students battle it out in a full class Kahoot competition. [Show less] |

1/10/2021 | [Show less] |

1/17/2021 | We will attempt to determine when a given graph is planar, culminating in Kuratowski's Theorem. [Show less] |

1/24/2021 | We will explore many interesting results about graph coloring. [Show less] |

1/31/2021 | We will finish the study of graph coloring and introduce basic ideas in Ramsey Theory. [Show less] |

2/7/2021 | Continued fractions are an interesting way to represent real numbers. We will develop an algorithm for computing continued fractions and attempt to classify periodic continued fractions. [Show less] |

2/21/2021 | [Show less] |

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3/14/2021 | [Show less] |